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Scott Robinson

Senior Data Analyst

Provincial Health Services Authority

HQ Phone:  (604) 675-7400

Direct Phone: (604) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.ca

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Provincial Health Services Authority

700-1380 Burrard St

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6Z 2H3

Canada

Company Description

PHSA operates nine agencies and services: ?Cancer Agencies BC Centre for Disease Control BC Children's and Sunny Hill Health Care Centre BC Mental Health and Addiction Services  BC Renal Agency BC Transplant BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Cardiac Servic...more

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Team OHSAH Blog

www.team.ohsah.bc.ca [cached]

8:30 am: After finishing the hardest climbs overnight, Tina & Scott Robinson (OHSAH Uno) are enjoying a quick break while waiting for Sid & Mikel to join them.
3:15 pm: OHSAH Uno (Tina & Scott Robinson and Mikel & Sid Segal) is 100 km into the ride! If tracking team progress on the site, please be aware that the two OHSAH teams are OHSAH Uno (Tina & Scott Robinson and Mikel & Sid Segal) and OHSAH One (Tony Gilligan, Jaime Guzman, David McColgan, and Al Kozlowski). Following the same route as the route tested by Scott and Tina the week previous. Tina decided to test the waters with her bee-sting-swollen foot on Friday morning (August 8), and joined Scott for what will hereafter be referred to as the Loop of Pain. Setting out from Naramata, BC, Tina and Scott headed to Penticton, and then down the east side of Skaha Lake to Okanagan Falls. Armed with this bad information and poorly prepared with respect to fluids and food, Tina and Scott began a torturous series of deceptively low-grade climbs from the valley floor to Twin Lakes through the moonscape of White Lake Road. Tina and Scott are both on vacation in the Okanagan, and managed to get a couple of short rides in before Tina stepped on a bumblebee and watched in horror as her foot swelled up to unbearable proportions. The doctor has ordered her not to ride for a few days, so Scott made a solo ride out to OK Falls and back this morning (from Naramata). Tony, Scott, and Tina set out to cycle to the top of Mount Seymour, the base of Grouse, and then the top of Cypress Mountain. Tony, Scott, and Tina accidentally climbed a bit more than planned by grinding up Lonsdale as part of their ride, then making the steep descent back down to Nancy Greene Way before heading back up to the base of Grouse. Tony, Sid, Dave, and Scott met on Sunday morning for the ride. Scott, Sid, and Dave knew their ride was going to be long, but the thought of thin crust cooking in the wood-burning oven, and micro-beer chilling on ice kept their pedals turning. Thanks to Scott, Salomeh, and David for dishing out the food, to Jolene for her prep work, to Tony for his ushering, and to Tina for taking the money. Tina and Scott Robinson also tackled Mount Seymour on Tuesday night, and both agreed that the mountains are feeling much easier now. Scott characterized the ride as the easiest ascent yet, although there were definitely moments when both Tina and Scott wondered why they agreed to train for the Hoodoo 500. They have so far shaved 15 minutes off their time since their first ride to the top of Mount Seymour at the start of training. Still, a long way off from these guys. Tina and Scott also did the Buntzen and Sasamat Lakes route on a beautiful Sunday morning (Scott at right). Scott Robinson, in Ontario for holidays, has also been logging kilometres. He rode 135 kilometres one day along the St. Lawrence River, and racked up another 175 kilometres split over two other days touring the Ontario countryside. On Thursday evening, Tina and Scott Robinson climbed to the summit of Cypress Mountain, followed immediately by the steep climb to the base of Grouse Mountain, and on Sunday, they tackled the rolling hills of Marine Drive to Whytecliff Park and back (65 kms). 4:12 Scott Robinson


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